Medical Marijuana Use Reduces Traffic Deaths

Medical Marijuana Use Reduces Traffic Deaths, Acts As Substitute For Alcohol Consumption, Study Says

A good deal of time, money, and energy has been spent on the issue of drinking and driving. For all the hype surrounding medicalmedical marijuana marijuana these days, however, not only is anti-driving advocacy weak —data on the effects of marijuana and traffic deaths is sparse as well. CU Denver economics professor Daniel Rees and Montana State University assistant economics professor D. Mark Anderson hope to change that.

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